ATHENS -- Georgia football All-American Jalen Carter is expected to put his skills on display for NFL teams at UGA’s annual “Pro Day” at the Payne Indoor Athletic Facility.
The 6-foot-3, 314-pound defensive tackle ranks among the most dominant defensive linemen in UGA football program history.
Indeed, it was Carter who swung the momentum in Georgia’s 33-18 CFP win over Alabama with a blocked field goal, and again this season in the battle of No. 1 teams when he forced two fumbles and recorded two TFLs and a QB sack in the 27-13 win over Tennessee.
Carter was once widely projected as the No. 1 overall draft pick before his pending legal situation emerged.
Carter became the hottest topic at the NFL Combine earlier this month after Athens police issued a warrant for his arrest on charges of racing and reckless driving while he was attending the pro football audition in Indianapolis.
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